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Leadership Workshops in Morocco and Nigeria Create Hope for Social Change

March 6, 2006

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In the remote northeastern town of Taza in Morocco, twenty-five women and five men, participated in a leadership training workshop. The majority of participants were representatives of organizations involved with economic development, social services, education, poverty eradication, women's rights advocacy, and improving women's health. In Nigeria, in response to the recent resurgence in violence between Muslim and Christian groups in the country, a workshop was organized with twenty-five grassroots Muslim and Christian women in the northern city of Zaria.

Arabic eCourse: Prototype with Participants from Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco, and Palestine

October 21, 2005

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From September 5 to October 21, 2005, a group of 14 experienced leadership trainers from Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco and Palestine participated in a five-week prototype Arabic eCourse to test and adapt the Arabic curriculum in preparation for a full eCourse in 2006.

Snapshots: Fall 2014 Across the Partnership

December 17, 2014

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Leadership training in India, an activist convention in Egypt, and human rights movement building in Marrakesh... These are just a few of the exciting activities happening around the Partnership this fall.

WLP Joins International Peace and Human Rights Activists in Marrakesh, Morocco, and San Diego, California

December 16, 2014

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In November 2014, WLP took part in two international conferences focused on advancing human rights: the World Forum on Human Rights, in Marrakesh, Morocco, and “Defying Extremism: Gendered Responses to Religious Violence,” in San Diego, California.

WLP Morocco Posts an Open Letter to the Moroccan Government to Take Action on Anti-VAW Programs (English and Arabic)

November 26, 2014

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Coinciding with the launch of the global 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence campaign, on November 25, 2014, WLP/Morocco-Association Démocratique des Femmes du Maroc (ADFM) directed the following open letter to the Moroccan Prime Minister to express their concerns over the Moroccan government’s “foot dragging” over pending anti-violence against women (VAW) initiatives and legislation that would protect Moroccan women.

Spring of Dignity Coalition Protests Moroccan Government Inaction on Violence Against Women

November 14, 2014

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Rabat - On November 5, 2014, the Spring of Dignity Coalition, a joint women’s rights initiative of several progressive Moroccan organizations including WLP Morocco/L’Association Démocratique des Femmes du Maroc (ADFM), called a press conference to issue a statement regarding the continued stalling of anti-violence against women (VAW) legislation, and to announce their intention to hold a protest march on that issue in December 2014.

eNews 36: Despite Extremist Threats, Women Continue the Fight for Rights & Democracy

August 18, 2014

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WLP Training Supports Soulaliyate Women to Influence National Dialogue

August 15, 2014

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Morocco Citizens Demand Public Apology from the Head of Government

July 9, 2014

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For Arabic version click here, for French click here.

Press Release: Morocco's Springtime for Dignity Coalition Decries Prime Minister's Speech on Women's "Role" (Arabic)

June 25, 2014

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